You went to college. You did drugs. Which did you prefer—pot or coke? If you became a lawyer, the odds overwhelmingly indicated that you preferred Bolivian marching powder over Acapulco Gold. So reveals a series of studies Richard Florida analyzes in The Atlantic.
Credt goes to Robert Ambrogi at Law.com for giving us this lead on the obligatory law-related post.
Thanks to The Grande Enchilada for the Department of Newfangled Etiquette. (I’m just happy when others flush paper instead of thinking they’re being polite by putting it in the bote—and when the other half of the species puts the seat and lid down.)